Kim Kardashian in tears as she meets with Kanye West

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  • Kim Kardashian is currently in Wyoming with Kanye West trying to get the rapper to get the medical attention he needs.
  • Kim was photographed crying "hysterically", a source said, as the two stepped out on Monday.
  • "She is very emotional about everything, and also exhausted," the insider added.


Kim Kardashian flew out to Wyoming on Monday to resolve things with Kanye West.

Divorce rumours started swirling in recent weeks after Kanye's bid to run for president, his emotional rally and tweets attacking his reality star wife.

In one he claimed Kim was trying to get a doctor to lock him up, while he said in another that he's been trying to divorce the 39-year-old for the past two years.

When Kim arrived in Wyoming on Monday evening, photographs published by The Daily Mail showed her breaking down as she spoke to Kanye in the car.

According to TMZ, the couple had a heated conversation in the car, with Kim trying to convince Kanye to get medical attention for his mental health issues, before stopping at Wendy's for a bite to eat. They then returned home to their family ranch together.

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A source later told People that Kim was crying "hysterically". "Kim hasn't seen Kanye for weeks," they said.

"She is very emotional about everything, and also exhausted. She feels very hurt by Kanye. She has tried to reach him multiple times and he just ignores her."

They added: "It's all a bad situation. "She decided to fly to Cody to speak to him in person. She doesn't want to be ignored anymore."  

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